Arousal is not bad. In fact, it’s necessary for good work. Over-arousal, however, can put the dog into a frustrated state where he cannot think, and he’s not patient enough to solve problems that are presented to him.
Using calming exercises before the search as well as how we set up experiences for him, can help him practice being in a workable state of emotion.
Learn a few of these approaches in this live webinar!
This webinar has been approved for 2 NACSW CEUs.
Keep Your Head: Maintaining Good Arousal in Nosework Webinar
Join us on May 22nd at 10:00AM PST/1:00PM EST for this free live webinar where you may ask Michele questions in real-time and enjoy free, continual to the fully edited webinar replay.
Finding and maintaining your dog's ideal level of arousal is key to be successful in Scent Work.
Cannot make the live webinar? No worries! Order the webinar replay and go through it at your own pace. You will enjoy continual access to this replay, which means you may go through it as often as you like and there are no deadlines or cut-off dates to worry about. We fully edit all our live webinars to ensure the audio and video quality is as high as possible. Therefore, the webinar replay will be posted to the site by the end of the day on May 23rd.
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Are you training or trialing in Scent Work? Learn how to ensure your dog is within their ideal arousal state and how to prevent them from tipping into over-arousal with this webinar.
Does your dog struggle with being overaroused when it comes to Scent Work? Learn techniques to help them maintain their love for the game while still keeping their head!
Are you a Scent Work instructor? Garner some insights of exercises and approaches you can weave into your own program.
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